As the world is facing a global pandemic that may reverse current trends and change consumption and production habits, it is crucial for us to learn how to encourage people to shift from one consumption habit to a more sustainable way.
This learning session will be brought by Ana Prada, founder of 3colibris. 3colibris is an organization and media that contributes to the development in the conversion and logistics of products from peasant, family, and community and/or agroecological agriculture in Latin America. They work for the construction of a sustainable field and connected to the city in Colombia and Latin America, they seek and involve producers of food and agroecological products, therefore, healthy, to facilitate access for consumers. The work also includes visits and accompany food producers to improve their production channels and give a guarantee that the work is with ethical and responsible organizations.
Ana Prada is the Founder of 3colibris. Business administrator and sociologist from the Javeriana University of Bogotá, Fellow of the International Training in Dialogue and Mediation at the University of Uppsala and the International Course on Food Systems at the University of Wageningen. She has worked for Caritas Colombiana in relation to the implementation of "Article One" of the Peace Accords. Has worked on projects for UNDP, UNFAO, EU, and the Suyusama Foundation.
Based on that experience, the talk will answer the strategies on how to promote sustainable consumption in Latin America. After the session, there will be QnA and sharing experience from Indonesia and find the answer to the best method of encouraging sustainable consumption in our community. This session will be delivered in English via Zoom app.
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